Height of William Brangham
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1. Where did William Brangham come from ?
Brangham studied English language and literature at Colorado College between 1986 and 1990, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts. He started his career as a research assistant and later as an associate producer and field producer for a number of Bill Moyers documentaries and series in the 1990s and early 2000s. Those included Listening to America with Bill Moyers (1992), Close to Home: Moyers on Addiction (1998), and On Our Own Terms: Moyers on Dying in America (2000). Additionally, Brangham worked on a variety of documentary movies and projects for ABC News, National Geographic’s Explorer series, several segments of PBS’s Frontline (1995/1996), and The New York Times documentary series Science Times (2001).
2. What could we know about William Brangham besides his height ?
After 9/11, Brangham re-joined Moyers’ production company for the PBS newsmagazine Now, where he shot, wrote, and produced dozens of broadcast stories and interviews over a period of six years. After that, he was a producer on Bill Moyers Journal, when it was revived in 2007, and later joined the PBS magazine show Need to Know after the former program went off the air in 2010. Brangham was a producer, cameraman, and occasional correspondent on Need to Know for its entire run. Besides, he served as an adjunct professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism for a year.
3. What are the projects of William Brangham ?
In June 2013, Brangham joined the weekend edition of PBS NewsHour as a producer, correspondent, and occasional substitute anchor. He reported across the U.S. and abroad, including reporting from Germany, Denmark, France, and Iran. In May 2015, Brangham left New York City to become a correspondent for the PBS NewsHour in Washington, D.C., reporting on general events, conducting studio interviews, and sometimes filling in as anchor of the program. Brangham’s reporting on the Syrian refugee crisis in Europe was among the programs cited for the NewsHour’s 2015 Peabody Award. In October 2017, PBS NewsHour’s six-part series “The End of AIDS?”, of which Brangham was the correspondent, won a News & Documentary Emmy Award in the category “Outstanding Science, Medical and Environmental Report”. That series also received several other awards, including the National Academies Communication Award in the category “Film/Radio/TV”.
4. Somme collaborations with William Brangham ?
Brangham is married to his wife Tory, and they have two sons and one daughter. He lives in the Washington, D.C. area.
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